September brings the start of the fall 2023 TV season, and the following 40 titles from 17 countries are a part of it.
Below is our curated list of 40 programs from countries in Africa, Asia, North America, and South America that are premiering and being added to schedules/offerings in the US and other territories in September 2023. Additional program premieres are listed on our “viewing guide” page.
(For details about the premieres of programs from the UK, Ireland, English-speaking Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and subtitled original-language programs from countries in Europe, visit The British TV Place, The Down Under TV Place, and The Euro TV Place.)
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Friday Night Plan (India)
Babil Khan (Qala) and Amrith Jayan (Cheeku) star in this comedy-drama as bickering brothers who put aside their differences in order to attend the hottest party of the year before their mother returns home from a business trip.
Friday Night Plan, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, September 1, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Is She the Wolf? (Japan)
In this new reality series, five men and five women search for true love as they get to know one another on dates and by embarking on a group project. The twist: Lurking amongst the female participants are a number of “lying wolves” who aren’t allowed to fall in love, and they must make it to the end without being found out or accepting anyone’s confession of love.
Is She the Wolf?, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Sunday, September 3, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
6ixtynin9: The Series (Thailand)
Based on Pen-ek Rattanaruang’s hit film 6ixtynin9, this comedic thriller stars Davika Hoorne (Heart Attack) as a woman who, after being fired from a financial corporation, returns home with no money. However, she finds a box with a fortune in it in front of her door, and decides to keep it — but the people that left it there soon want it back.
6ixtynin9: The Series, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Wednesday, September 6, exclusively on Netflix (You can set a reminder for it now.)
America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston: Season 2 (US)
This travel docuseries returns with best-selling writer, podcaster, and comedian Baratunde Thurston (How to be Black) traveling across the US to uncover more amazing stories about how we work, play, and interact with the outdoors. In a country as diverse as America, Baratunde is on a mission to see how culture, history, and the land itself are shaping what we do when we step through our front doors to embrace an outdoor way of life. From a champion ice climber in Utah and BIPOC mountain bikers in the Ozarks, to biologists saving snapping turtles on the Suwannee River and a scientist revealing what happens to the human body when we spend time in nature, Baratunde meets a fascinating cast of Americans with one thing in common: a passion for the great outdoors. (Preview is from Season 1)
America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston: Season 2 premieres Wednesday, September 6, at 8pm ET, on PBS.
Reporting for Duty (Brazil)
In this Brazilian workplace comedy series, Suzano (Leandro Hassum, Os Caras de Pau) was born and raised in the (fictional) city of Campo Manso in rural Rio de Janeiro state. After accidentally capturing a fugitive criminal affiliated with an illegal gambling ring, he finds himself transferred to the center of the action: Rio itself. As the new police chief, Suzano is in over his head, and the 8th Precinct of Rio de Janeiro is turned upside down. None of his colleagues believe he’ll last very long here, but his rather unconventional methods, along with his huge heart, might be just the secret weapon they need to take a bite out of crime.
Reporting for Duty, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Wednesday, September 6, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Tahir’s House (Saudi Arabia)
This comedy series centers on the Tahir family, whose Jeddah fish store is weeks away from bankruptcy. In order to transform it into a thriving business, they harness their granny’s green thumb to go from “surf” to “turf” and be first in a blossoming new market. As they reinvent their business as well as themselves, they learn the meaning of sacrifice, brotherhood, and family, with plenty of shenanigans along the way.
Tahir’s House, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Wednesday, September 6, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
GAMERA: Rebirth (Japan)
A protector of humanity from dangers on Earth, a friend to children, and an ally of justice, giant monster Gamera faces off against five enemy creatures in this new six-episode animated series.
Gamera: Rebirth, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Thursday, September 7, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
What If? (Philippines)
Alessandra De Rossi (My Amanda) and JM De Guzman (U-Turn) star in this romantic drama as a pair of newlywed musicians who get trapped in a storm on their island honeymoon, an event that forces them to face difficult truths that could tear their marriage apart.
What If?, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Thursday, September 7, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Blood Flower (Malaysia)
In this fantasy-horror film, Iqbal (Idan Aedan, Mr. Midnight: Beware the Monsters), a young apprentice healer, tries to suppress his supernatural abilities so he can fit in with the other kids. But when a malicious spirit breaks out in his apartment, he decides to use his abilities while dark family secrets are revealed.
Blood Flower, a Shudder Original, premieres in the US and Canada on Friday, September 8, exclusively on Shudder and the AMC+ streaming bundle, and their digital channels, including Shudder on Amazon and AMC+ on Amazon.
The Changeling (US)
Based on The Changeling, the acclaimed best-selling novel by Victor LaValle, this fantasy thriller — a fairy tale for grown-ups — is a horror story, a parenthood fable, and a perilous odyssey through a New York City you didn’t know existed. It follows a father and husband (Academy Award® nominee LaKeith Stanfield, Atlanta, Judas and the Black Messiah, Sorry to Bother You) as he searches through a magical world for his abducted son and missing wife.
Costars include Clark Backo (Letterkenny), Adina Porter (American Horror Story), Samuel T. Herring (Tears of God), Alexis Louder (The Terminal List), and Jared Abrahamson (Travelers), with special guest star Malcolm Barrett (Preacher).
Hello Ghost (Indonesia)
This comedy-drama follows Kresna (Onadio Leonardo, Why Do You Love Me), a lonely man who, after a failed suicide attempt, is haunted by four quirky ghosts that ask him for favors. They might be pesky, but they also might just be the push he needs to find new meaning in life and start over.
Hello Ghost premieres in the US and other territories on Friday, September 8, on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
A Time Called You (South Korea)
This remake of the classic Taiwanese sci-fi romantic drama Someday or One Day follows Han Jun-hee (Jeon Yeo-been, Glitch), who misses her boyfriend Gu Yeon-jun (Ahn Hyo-seop, Abyss), who passed away a year ago. She then magically goes back in time to 1998 and meets Nam Si-heon (also played by Ahn Hyo-seop), who looks identical to her deceased boyfriend. Meanwhile, Jung In-gyu (Kang Hoon, Little Women) struggles between friendship and love after finding out that his long-time crush, Kwon Min-ju (also played by Jeon Yeo-been), likes his best friend Si-heon…
A Time Called You, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, September 8, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
A Nation of Kimchi (South Korea)
In this new K-food series, embark on a gastronomic adventure of kimchi and discover what makes it Korea’s most symbolic food of unity, history, and ever-evolving creativity. A Nation of Kimchi premieres globally on Sunday, September 10, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Donyale Luna: Supermodel (US)
This feature-length documentary chronicles the remarkable life and career of Donyale Luna, the first Black model to grace the cover of both Harper’s Bazaar (1965) and Vogue (1966). Breaking barriers in the fashion industry, challenging the prevailing ideals of beauty, and influencing culture in the late 1960s and early 1970s, Luna remains largely unknown despite her stunning body of work and her collaborations with some of the foremost fashion photographers of the 20th century.
The Other Black Girl (US)
Based on The Other Black Girl, Zakiya Dalila Harris’s New York Times best-selling novel, this psychological thriller follows Nella (Sinclair Daniel, Bull, Madam Secretary), a young Black woman working as an editorial assistant at a White NYC publishing firm. From getting coffee and pain relievers, to making copies and handling whatever her bosses want, Nella is often marginalized, and she’s over it and tired of being the only Black girl at the company.
So how thrilled is Nella when she is introduced to new employee Hazel (Ashleigh Murray, Riverdale, Katy Keene), another Black girl. Things start off well, and the bonding and girl empowerment are great — until odd stuff starts to happen and paranoia starts to set in for Nella. Is she just imagining being watched and followed, or is someone surreptitiously keeping tabs on her? As the weirdness continues, and as Hazel’s star begins to rise, Nella discovers something sinister is going on at the company…
Costarring Karina Willis (The Game), Kate Owens (Special Report), Alyshia Ochse (True Detective), Hunter Parrish (Quantico), and Eric McCormack (Will & Grace), The Other Black Girl, a Hulu Original, premieres in the US in its entirety on Wednesday, September 13, exclusively on Hulu. (You can add it to your watchlist now.)
A Million Miles Away (Mexico-US)
This biopic drama is based on the book Reaching for the Stars: The Inspiring Story of a Migrant Farmworker Turned Astronaut by José Hernández, whose life inspired this film. It follows José (Michael Peña, American Hustle) and his devoted family of proud migrant farm workers on a decades-long journey — from a rural village in Michoacán, Mexico, to the fields of the San Joaquin Valley, to more than 200 miles above the Earth in the International Space Station. With the unwavering support of his hard-working parents, relatives, and teachers, José’s unrelenting drive and determination culminates in the opportunity to achieve his seemingly impossible goal.
A Million Miles Away, an Amazon Original, premieres globally on September 14/15 (depending on your location), exclusively on Prime Video. (It premieres in the US on Thursday, September 14. You can add it to your watchlist now.) The film has its theatrical release in select cinemas on September 8.
Once Upon a Crime (Japan)
Based on the novel Akazukin, Tabi no Tochu de Shitai to Deau by Aito Aoyagi, this comedy mystery movie follows Little Red Riding Hood (Kanna Hashimoto, Re/Member, The Violence Action), who meets the downtrodden and unkempt Cinderella (Yûko Araki, Roppongi Class, Code Blue) while on her journey through the woods. Thanks to a witch, their clothes are magically transformed into fancy gowns and the ladies head off to a fancy ball at the castle in a pumpkin carriage. Except while en route, the carriage hits and runs over a man, killing him — and the two decide to hide the dead body before continuing on their way.
Just as Cinderella and the prince (Takanori Iwata, Promise Cinderella, Sherlock) fall in love, the corpse is discovered and the ball is canceled. Faced with a desperate situation, the girls meet a series of quirky characters as they work to uncover the real killer, all while Little Red Riding Hood boldly uses her natural deductive skills to tackle the case.
Once Upon a Crime, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Thursday, September 14, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Thursday’s Widows (Mexico)
Based on the novel Thursday Night Widows by Claudia Piñeiro, this thriller sees Teresa (Irene Azuela, Monarca) come home to find her husband, Tano (Omar Chaparro, Blackout), and two of his friends dead. The event shocks the other residents of the luxurious Altos de la Cascada estate, who are quick to call it an accident. But soon, questions arise about how accidental these deaths actually were, and prove that nothing is as perfect as it appears in the seemingly paradisiacal Altos de la Cascada.
Thursday’s Widows, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Thursday, September 14, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
El Conde (The Count) (Chile)
Imagining a parallel universe inspired by the recent history of Chile, this dark comedy-fantasy/horror film portrays Augusto Pinochet, a symbol of world fascism, as a vampire who lives hidden in a ruined mansion on the cold, southern tip of the continent — feeding his appetite for evil to sustain his existence. After two hundred and fifty years of life, Pinochet has decided to stop drinking blood and abandon the privilege of eternal life. He can no longer bear that the world remembers him as a thief. Despite the disappointing and opportunistic nature of his family, he finds new inspiration to continue living a life of vital and counterrevolutionary passion through an unexpected relationship.
Costarring Jaime Vadell (Neruda), Gloria Münchmeyer (42 Days of Darkness), Alfredo Castro (The Substitute), and Paula Luchsinger (La Jauría), El Conde (The Count) premieres globally on Friday, September 15, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Lang Lang Plays Disney (US)
World renowned pianist Lang Lang and Disney’s most iconic music come together in this exclusive one-night-only concert at Royal Albert Hall in London. Through performance and documentary segments, the film opens an intimate window into his extraordinary musical journey, speaking to his love for Disney since his childhood in China.
Lang Lang Plays Disney, a Disney+ Original, premieres globally on Friday, September 15, exclusively on Disney+.
Miseducation (South Africa)
This young adult comedy-drama series follows Mbali Hadebe (Buntu Petse), a young, self-absorbed, first-year varsity student who falls from grace at her elite private school after her mum, a politician, is herself disgraced when she is fingered for corruption and the authorities show up during their party and start confiscating possessions. What a way to have your it-girl status nullified and be sent straight to the cancelled list.
Determined to start afresh, Mbali decides to leave the drama in Johannesburg behind by transferring to a small-town university, where she embarks on a mission to climb the social ranks in the hopes of being the stand-out, popular girl she used to be. However, she faces a new set of challenges as she quickly becomes the talk of Grahamstown University. Throw in misfit friends Jay (Prev Reddy, The Honeymoon) and Natalie (Micaela Tucker, Makoti), who can be swayed to do just about anything with the right amount of convincing, as well as new campus crush Sivu Levine (Lunga Shabalala, Love, Sex and 30 Candles), and Mbali is on her way to retain her clout… or so she thinks.
What Mbali doesn’t count on are her haters, who will stop at nothing to bring her right back down to earth. Enter long-standing SRC president “Comrade” Caesar (Mpho Sebeng, Savage) and resident gossip girl Raeesa (Nicole Bessick, Black Mirror), who stop at nothing to expose Mbali’s shady past.
Featuring Baby Cele (Blood & Water) and Camilla Waldman (Reyka), Miseducation, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, September 15, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Written in the Stars (Brazil)
Hosted by actress Ingrid Guimarães (A Life Worth Living), this astrological dating show is the Brazilian version of the American series of the same name. In each of the twelve episodes, a single person who represents one of the zodiac signs goes on dates with four bachelors or bachelorettes with whom they have different zodiac compatibilities. Remotely accompanying everything alongside Ingrid is the astrologer Papisa. After the four dates, the single eliminates one of the participants, then meets with Papisa to discover their synastry with the remaining three — but without knowing the identities behind the astral predictions. Now it’s astrology’s turn to eliminate one of the three! Faced with the remaining two, and knowing the zodiac compatibility they have with them, the single person must decide: listen to or ignore the stars?
Written in the Stars, an Amazon Original, premieres globally on Friday, September 15, exclusively on Prime Video.
A 2018 Best Comedy Series award nominee by the Israeli Television Academy, Queens follows the women of the Malka family, who must fight for their rightful place in a hyper-masculine world after all the men of the Malka family — one of Israel’s most prominent crime families — are assassinated on the family yacht. Left to pick up the pieces, the women must work to resurrect the family business that was taken from them, and avenge the deaths of their loved ones.
Starring singer/actress Rita (A Thousand and One Wives), Dana Ivgy (Autonomies), Mali Levi (The Beauty Queen of Jerusalem), and Lihi Kornowski (False Flag), Queens premieres in the US and Canada on Tuesday, September 19, exclusively on MHz Choice and its digital channels, including MHz Choice on Amazon.
Hard Broken (Lebanon)
In this mystery thriller, a tragic murder sends a group of friends into a frenzy, revealing hidden romances and betrayals lurking beneath the surface of their seemingly perfect lives.
Hard Broken, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Wednesday, September 20, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Gael García Bernal (Mozart in the Jungle, Babel, The Motorcycle Diaries) stars in this biopic drama as Saúl Armendáriz, a gay amateur wrestler from El Paso, Texas, who rises to international stardom after he creates the character Cassandro, the “Liberace of Lucha Libre.” In the process, he upends not just the macho wrestling world, but also his own life.
Cassandro premieres globally on September 21/22 (depending on your location), exclusively on Prime Video. (It premieres in the US on Thursday, September 21. You can add it to your watchlist now.)
Scissor Seven: Season 4 (China)
In the new season of this action-adventure anime series, after an intense battle, a severely wounded Seven (voiced by Ronny Chieng, American Born Chinese) must bounce back to defend Chicken Island and his friends from another ruthless Shadow assassin. Scissor Seven: Season 4, a Netflix Series, premieres globally (outside China) on Thursday, September 21, exclusively on Netflix.
Suspect X (India)
Adapted from Keigo Higashino’s novel The Devotion of Suspect X, this crime thriller stars Kareena Kapoor (Talaash) as a single mother who gets ensnared in a deadly crime, prompting her neighbor (Jaideep Ahlawat, An Action Hero), a gifted math teacher, to come to her aid, and a tenacious cop (Vijay Varma, Darlings) to dig into the case. Suspect X, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Thursday, September 21, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster (US)
Inspired by Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, this fantasy-horror thriller stars Laya DeLeon Hayes (The Equalizer) as Vicaria, a brilliant teenager who believes death is a disease that can be cured. After the brutal and sudden murder of her brother, she embarks on a dangerous journey to bring him back to life.
Costarring Denzel Whitaker (Black Panther) and Chad L. Coleman (The Walking Dead), The Angry Black Girl and Her Monster has its SVOD premiere in the US on Friday, September 22, on Shudder, ALLBLK, and the AMC+ streaming bundle, as well as on their digital channels, including Shudder on Amazon, ALLBLK on Amazon, and AMC+ on Amazon.
The Black Book (Nigeria)
In this thriller, a bereaved deacon takes justice into his own hands after his son is framed for a kidnapping, and fights a corrupt police gang to absolve him.
Starring Richard Mofe-Damijo (Far from Home), Ade Laoye (Castle & Castle), and Sam Dede (Here Love Lies), The Black Book, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, September 22, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
The Continental: From the World of John Wick (US)
This three-part event, a prequel to the blockbuster “John Wick” franchise, explores the origin behind The Continental, the iconic hotel for assassins, through the eyes and actions of a young Winston Scott (Colin Woodell, The Flight Attendant), as he’s dragged into the Hell-scape of 1970’s New York City to face a past he thought he’d left behind. Winston charts a deadly course through the hotel’s mysterious underworld in a harrowing attempt to seize the hotel, where he will eventually take his future throne.
The principal cast includes Mel Gibson (Braveheart), Mishel Prada (Riverdale), Ben Robson (Vikings), Hubert Point-Du Jour (The Good Lord Bird), Nhung Kate (Swapping Fate), Jessica Allain (Texas Chainsaw Massacre), Ayomide Adegun (The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes), Jeremy Bobb (Russian Doll), and Peter Greene (Pulp Fiction).
The Continental: From the World of John Wick premieres Friday, September 22, followed by Night 2 on September 29 and Night 3 on October 6, exclusively on Peacock.
How To Deal With a Heartbreak (Peru)
In this follow-up to the comedy film How to Get Over a Breakup, Ma Fé’s (Gisela Ponce de León, Al fondo hay sitio) two best friends are mapping out a bright future, while she’s broke, uninspired, and under a tight deadline to produce a book she can’t write.
How To Deal With a Heartbreak, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Friday, September 22, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Song of the Bandits (South Korea)
Set in the 1920s, during the tumultuous period of Japanese colonial rule over Korea, this western action-adventure drama is about a group of people who, for various reasons, end up in the lawless land of Gando and become united in protecting Joseon for the Korean people. As the story unfolds, different groups with their respective motives — including Japanese troops, the Korean Independence Army, hitmen, bandits, and Joseon migrants — face one another in the anarchic land of Gando.
Song of the Bandits, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, September 22, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
The Irrational (US)
Based on best-selling author Dan Ariely’s book, Predictably Irrational, this thriller series follows Alec Mercer (Jesse L. Martin, The Flash, Law & Order), a world-renowned professor of behavioral science, as he lends his unique expertise to an array of high-stakes cases involving governments, law enforcement, and corporations. His insight and unconventional approach to understanding human behavior lead him and the team on a series of intense, unexpected journeys to solve illogical puzzles and perplexing mysteries.
Costarring Maahra Hill (How to Get Away with Murder), Travina Springer (Ms. Marvel), Molly Kunz (Finding Carter), and Arash DeMaxi (The Blacklist), The Irrational premieres in the US on Monday, September 25, at 10pm ET/PT, on NBC, with streaming available on Peacock starting September 26.
The Devil’s Plan (South Korea)
In this competition of intelligence, contestants face off in games of wit and strategy to be crowned winner and go home with the ultimate prize.
The Devil’s Plan, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Tuesday, September 26, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
In this action-crime drama, when truck racer Roger (Thiago Martins, Jailers) loses everything, he receives a tempting but dangerous offer: to work as the getaway driver for a gang of thieves.
Overhaul, a Netflix Film, premieres globally on Wednesday, September 27, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Castlevania: Nocturne (US)
In this next installment of the “Castlevania” universe, set during the height of the French Revolution in a remote part of western France in 1792, the counter-revolutionary aristocracy has forged an alliance with a terrifying Vampire Messiah, who promises to “eat the sun” and unleash an army of vampires and nightcreatures to crush the revolution and enslave humanity. Annette (voiced by Thuso Mbedu, Shuga), a sorceress from the Caribbean, seeks out Richter Belmont (voiced by Edward Bluemel, A Discovery of Witches), last descendant of the long-fabled family of vampire hunters, to lead the resistance.
Castlevania: Nocturne, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Thursday, September 28, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
The Darkness within La Luz del Mundo (Mexico)
In this true-crime documentary, complainants against La Luz del Mundo megachurch leaders expose the abuses they suffered through exclusive interviews for the first time. The Darkness within La Luz del Mundo, a Netflix Documentary, premieres globally on Thursday, September 28, exclusively on Netflix.
Ice Cold: Murder, Coffee and Jessica Wongso (Indonesia)
This documentary delves into the unanswered questions surrounding the trial of Jessica Wongso, years after the death of her best friend, Mirna Salihin, whom Wongso was convicted of murdering by lacing her coffee with cyanide.
Ice Cold: Murder, Coffee and Jessica Wongso, a Netflix Documentary, premieres globally on Thursday, September 28, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
This crime comedy-drama series follows an unlikely group of misfits, who, after discovering a common enemy in the same ruthless yet superstitious politician, plot a heist to exact revenge.
It stars Jimmy Sheirgill (A Wednesday), Namit Das (Wake Up Sid), and Monika Panwar (Jamtara: Sabka Number Ayega), along with Aashim Gulati (Jee Karda), Vikram Kochhar (Sacred Games), Gyanendra Tripathi (Raat Akeli Hai), Chandan Roy (Panchayat), Atul Srivastava (Stree), and Niharika Lyra Dutt (Music Teacher).
Choona, a Netflix Series, premieres globally on Friday, September 29, exclusively on Netflix. (You can set a reminder for it now.)
Gen V (US)
Set in the diabolical world of The Boys, this action-adventure series expands the universe to Godolkin University, the prestigious superhero-only college where students train to be the next generation of heroes — preferably with lucrative endorsements. Beyond the typical college chaos of finding oneself and partying, these kids are facing explosive situations. Literally. As they vie for popularity and good grades, it’s clear the stakes are much higher when super powers are involved. When the group of young supes discover that something bigger and sinister is going on at school, they’re put to the test: Will they be the heroes or the villains of their stories?
The series cast includes Jaz Sinclair (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Chance Perdomo (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina), Lizze Broadway (The Rookie), Shelley Conn (Good Omens), Maddie Phillips (Van Helsing), London Thor (Shameless), Derek Luh (Shining Vale), Asa Germann (Dahmer – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story), Patrick Schwarzenegger (The Terminal List), Sean Patrick Thomas (For All Mankind), and Marco Pigossi (Invisible City).
Gen V, an Amazon Original, premieres globally on Friday, September 29, exclusively on Prime Video. (You can add it to your watchlist now.)
For details about the premieres of programs from the UK, Ireland, English-speaking Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and original-language programs from countries in Europe, please visit The British TV Place, The Down Under TV Place, and The Euro TV Place.